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A rare early 19th century Anglo-Indian ivory armchair

Maker:  Maker Unknown


A rare early 19th century Anglo-Indian ivory armchair, the back with two panels with interlaced splats above a panel of interlaced scrolls and turned spindles, the arms with similarly-panelled sides and turned and reeded supports, the caned seat on turned tapering reeded legs and with silver toes, decorated throughout with gilt lines swags

ID:  12090